Just when you thought you’ve seen it all with commercial travel, the folks over at Singapore Airlines take baller travel to the next level with Luxury Suites on their new Airbus A380 fleet.
According to their official website, each individual cabin is “Designed by French luxury yacht designer Jean-Jacques Coste, the individual cabins in our Suites are finished in cream and brown, and accented with leather and wood to create a cosy, homely atmosphere.”
Additionally, “Each cabin features a sliding door and window blinds for more privacy. A chaise lounge and large table transform the space in your cabin into a discussion or dining area. Travel with a partner, and adjacent suites can be converted into a double room.”
Translation: make an even bigger space on the plane if you’re traveling with someone else.
Can things get even more extravagant?
According to an article on Business Insider, “First class suite passengers will share not one, but two bathrooms. One of which features a sit-down vanity.”
Because one shared bathroom in First Class is so.. pedestrian.
And the food? Based on what we read on Singapore Airlines’ website, it’s badass:
Not just one, but eight world-renowned chefs form our International Culinary Panel (ICP). Inspired by their culture and experiences, and the places we fly to, our team of celebrated chefs are constantly creating new dishes for you.
You can also reserve your food up to 24 hours before you fly from an incredible menu.
And finally, you can’t go this big with just a regular entertainment system. You need to upgrade to the KrisWorld inflight entertainment system:
Over 1,000 entertainment options –movies, television programmes, music, games and apps – on a 23-inch personal LCD with Bose noise-cancelling headphones. On selected flights, stay in touch with family, friends and colleagues with Internet connectivity, as well as text and multimedia messaging.
With this much kick-ass goodness, why would you ever want to de-board the plane?
For more information on Singapore Airlines’ Luxury Suites and complete line of services, you can check out their official website at https://www.singaporeair.com or you can also read this Business Insider article.